Academic-Tool Demonstration Track

The list below enumerates the demonstrations accepted for the ICPM, thanks to their relevance in terms of innovation of the ideas and maturity of the implementation.

  1. Jonghyeon Ko, Jongyup Lee and Marco Comuzzi. AIR-BAGEL: An Interactive Root cause-Based Anomaly Generator for Event Logs.
  2. Alessandro Berti, Wil van der Aalst, David Zang and Magdalena Lang. An Open-Source Integration of Process Mining Features into the Camunda. Workflow Engine: Data Extraction and Challenges.
  3. Daniel Viner, Matthias Stierle and Martin Matzner. A Process Mining Software Comparison.
  4. Artem Polyvyanyy, Hanan Alkhammash, Claudio Di Ciccio, Luciano García-Bañuelos, Anna Kalenkova, Sander J.J. Leemans, Jan Mendling, Alistair Moffat and Matthias Weidlich. Entropia: A Family of Entropy-Based Conformance Checking Measures for Process Mining.
  5. Gert Janssenswillen, Felix Mannhardt, Mathijs Creemers, Benoît Depaire, Mieke Jans, Leen Jooken, Niels Martin and Greg Van Houdt. Extensions to the bupaR ecosystem: an overview.
  6. Vadim Denisov, Dirk Fahland and Wil van der Aalst. Multi-Dimensional Performance Analysis and Monitoring Using Integrated Performance Spectra.
  7. Anti Alman, Claudio Di Ciccio, Dominik Haas, Fabrizio Maria Maggi and Jan Mendling. Rule Mining in Action: The RuM Toolkit.
  8. Davide Mora, Paolo Ceravolo, Ernesto Damiani and Gabriel Marques Tavares. The CDESF toolkit: an introduction.
  9. Anton Yeshchenko, Jan Mendling, Claudio Di Ciccio and Artem Polyvyanyy. VDD: A Visual Drift Detection System For Process Mining.

These demos will be available for attendees on 6 October, from 14.45 to 15.45 (CEST) and on 8 October, from 13.30 to 14.45. They will be available as “Acad. Demo” in the left-hand side menu in Whova application. Outside the time frames above, the access to the virtual booths will still provide information, such as a pre-recorded video, and some reading material.